Didn't we fix something like this recently?
(In reply to comment #2) > Didn't we fix something like this recently? Searched Bugzilla extensively but nothing similar found, so if you have either a fix/workaround or can point me to an existing bug, I'll happily close this one!
You could be right... if you collapse and hide a toolbar then restart this used to confuse mozilla because the hidden toolbar wouldn't fire its constructor to create its collapsed grippy, therefore making it impossible to reveal.
There is a workaround (kindly provided by Kirstin Aanestad of RKAA in Norway): 1. quit all Mozilla windows 2. go into your local .mozilla/profile directory (mine was ~/.mozilla/default/<meaningless string/localstore.rdf 3. delete or rename localstore.rdf 4. Restart Mozilla Some minor window settings get lost in this process- but the nav bar is back. Thanks Kirstin.
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Last Resolved: 13 years ago
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Kind of late to the party, but I’m having trouble with this over in 2015. I can’t seem to find my preferences file; it seems the ~/.mozilla folder is no longer used. This is on OS X, so I checked all my Library folders (/Library, /System/Library, ~/Library) for a SeaMonkey folder, but to no avail. I’m also getting a bug where SeaMonkey decides to screw the windowing system altogether and open in fullscreen, replacing my desktop and forcing me to use Launchpad just to switch applications. This means that I have no menu OR navigation bars, so SeaMonkey essentially becomes impossible to use normally as a browser or application. This was the only similar issue I could find, notwithstanding the fullscreen bug.
(In reply to 19797abe from comment #9) > Kind of late to the party, but I’m having trouble with this over in 2015. I > can’t seem to find my preferences file; it seems the ~/.mozilla folder is no > longer used. This is on OS X, so I checked all my Library folders (/Library, > /System/Library, ~/Library) for a SeaMonkey folder, but to no avail. ~/Library/Application Support/SeaMonkey/Profiles/... > I’m also getting a bug where SeaMonkey decides to screw the windowing system > altogether and open in fullscreen, replacing my desktop and forcing me to > use Launchpad just to switch applications. This means that I have no menu OR > navigation bars, so SeaMonkey essentially becomes impossible to use normally > as a browser or application. This was the only similar issue I could find, > notwithstanding the fullscreen bug. The full screen key is Cmd+Shift+F in case that helps you.
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